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Interactive, Multi-Touch Bar Counter

Interactive, Multi-Touch Bar Counter

The iBar is an intelligent touch surface display which let’s patrons interact with it while they enjoy a drink.  Similar to Microsoft Surface, the system detects when you place objects upon it and re-acts accordingly. How it works: Basically,...
How to: View your Webcam on your iTouch or iPhone

How to: View your Webcam on your iTouch or iPhone

In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how to watch a live feed from your webcam on your iPhone or iPod touch from anywhere in the world.  Setup is pretty simple, basically just download and install a windows program and the necessary app and...
DIY Rotating Bookshelves, Staircases and Trap Doors

DIY Rotating Bookshelves, Staircases and Trap Doors

Man makes trap door bookshelf – And teaches you how! Ever seen those hidden bookshelves in the Munsters or Scooby Doo? Always wanted one of your own? Hell yeah! Well now you can with these fantastic projects that teach you how to make your own...
How to: Physical Flag Alert for New Email

How to: Physical Flag Alert for New Email

Learn how to use microcontrollers to control just about anything as we build a device that raises a flag every time you get a new email!  Microcontrollers form the heart of many electronics projects big and small. David uses them constantly for ...
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How to: Wire your House for VoIP

How to: Wire your House for VoIP

Vonage is a very cool and inexpensive way to have a home phone, but unfortunately it requires a little box to be near your phone at all times. In this two part tutorial, learn exactly how to hack your Vonage phone and route it to your central...
How to: DIY Nintendo 64

How to: DIY Nintendo 64

Watch us hack a Nintendo 64 into a portable gaming system complete with screen, speakers and battery power: Full Nintendo anywhere you...
Pong Watch keeps you Punctual

Pong Watch keeps you Punctual

I succeeded in compressing all the electronics for this watch in to a 10mm-thick case. The 96×64 OLED display runs continuously – unlike older LED watches, there is no need to press a button to see the time. Battery life is 25 hours, so...
Atomic Nixie Clock With GPS And PC Synchronization

Atomic Nixie Clock With GPS And PC Synchronization

This project use 6 old Nixie tubes for display, 1 Real Time Clock, 1 Temperature sensor, 1 microcontroller, 1 Serial Communication Port (PC), display driver circuit, 6 bicolor LEDs (Blue-Red) for background color and 1...
iPhone Controlled USB Missile Launcher

iPhone Controlled USB Missile Launcher

By hacking the fantastic USB missile launcher, this modder can control his missile attacks remotely with his iPhone. The video above demonstrates the functionality and you can learn more about the project, grab the code, and build your own remote...
How to: Multitouch Table Computer Pad

How to: Multitouch Table Computer Pad

Multi-touch input has been spreading throughout a huge variety of devices, from phones to all-in-one PCs. However, most multitouch (table) displays that can function with your computer tend to be fairly expensive, so with this project we're...
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